The WSU soccer team kicked off their season on Friday evening with a 3-0 win over TCU in a match that was postponed for over two hours after a cold front swept through the Palouse producing heavy rains and lightning. The delayed start meant that the game was played under the brand new lights that were installed around the Lower Soccer Field over the summer. The game also had another historical note to it as it was the first win for new head coach Steve Nugent who came to WSU during the offseason after Keidane McAlpine left for USC.
The first goal of the evening came in the 28th minute when Kailiana Johnson scored on a penalty kick. The Cougs would notch another goal before the end of the first half when Mesa Owsley headed in a corner kick from Kara Wegner to go up 2-0. The final goal came from Jocelyn Jeffers in the 79th minute to put the game out of reach.
The Cougs will travel to Provo, Utah to play BYU on Monday. Their next home game will be on August 31st against Montana.
Cougar Soccer Wins Season Opener - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State blanks TCU.
Many fans of WSU basketball may be purchasing a USA Basketball National Team jersey very soon with Klay Thompson's name on it. Head coach Mike Krzyzewski announced the final roster for Team USA on Friday and Thompson made the final cut. The team will be travelling to Spain to play in the upcoming FIBA World Cup at the end of August.
USA Basketball Announces 12 Man Roster For 2014 USA World Cup Team
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Jacob Thorpe has been running a series of position previews on the WSU football team in The Spokesman-Review for the past week. On Friday, Thorpe previewed the offensive line.
Young, unsung Offensive line makes Cougars go - Spokesman.com - Aug. 22, 2014
This is the sixth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Offensive line. Tomorrow: Wide receivers. PULLMAN – It’s tempting to be misled by the sheer numbers produced by Washington State’s Air Raid offense.
Volleyball Meets Season Ticket Holders - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The volleyball team held a meet and greet evening for the season ticket holders Tues., Aug. 19, in Bohler Gym.